Oct 4, 2011

CATALYST CASTING Addams Family Look-A-Likes for Traveling Dance Street Team

Catalyst is casting for Addams Family look-a-likes for a dance traveling street team during Halloween! This team will help promote the hit Broadway show presented by Dancap Productions Inc. at the Toronto Centre for the Arts November 16 - 27, 2011.

If you are a musical-theatre type, outgoing, excited about promoting the performing arts in Toronto, and want to gain experience working with the top choreographers from Catalyst, we want to hear from you. We are looking for each character from the Addams Family with a strong comedic sense of personality and movement. Age is not a factor, as long as you can “play the part”. Wardrobe to be provided.


•Gomez Addams: male, Caucasian, can play between the ages of 40-50, dark short hair, height between 5’7-5’9

•Morticia Addams: female, Caucasian, can play between the ages of 40-50, slim-fit, sexy, height between 5’6-5’8

•Uncle Fester: male, Caucasian, can play between the ages of 40-50, heavier set, preferably really short hair or bald

•Wednesday Addams: female, Caucasian, long dark hair, slim fit, can play teenage years, height between 5’1-5’5, younger version of Morticia

•Grandma: female, Caucasian, can play 50-70 years old

•Pugsley: male, Caucasian, dark hair, plump, adorable, can play young boy, smaller version of Gomez, height between 4’5-5’5

•Lurch: male, Caucasian, minimum height of 5’9

Dancers must be available on October 22 -23, 29 -30 all day to attend Halloween events in and around the GTA area. There will be 2 rehearsals to learn the routine. Rehearsal dates TBD. Good Pay.


Date: Saturday October 8, 2011

Location: Gotta Dance Studios, 3581 Dundas St. W

Time: 1:30 - 3:30 PM

Please come dressed as one of the Addams Family characters and be prepared to learn a short danceroutine.

Email casting@catalystthecompany.com to register for the audition. Walk-ins are also accepted. If you are unable to attend the audition, we accept headshots and resumes, along with a link to you dancing.

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